When I Google "pea soup" in English, I get this:
Frankly, I don't even know what this is supposed to be.
When I Google "pea soup" in Hungarian, this is what comes up:
This is what God intended pea soup to look like.
Then comes the squishy part.
You mix melted butter and eggs in a mug, and add flour until the dough sticks together, but still moves around in the mug with ease. Then you take a spoon and cut smaller pieces out of the dough as you are slowly pouring it over the soup. The pieces fall into the soup and cook in a few minutes into squishy, cloud-shaped little floaty pieces. They add substance to the soup, and they taste delicious. They also have a Hungarian name (vajgaluska) which is best translated as "soft buttery squishy pieces that float in pea soup."